Yard sale registrations– to get in the booklet– now closed. Late registration of $10 gets you an ID marker, 2016 colour coded balloons and a great opportunity to support our not-for-profit community group. This year we are saving to paint the lighthouse. NOTE:
We warmly welcome Lady Slipper Express to our Welcome Centre! A second operation for Andrea and Cesar, they bring their shining personalities and great food to Wood Islands. Their Trip Advisor ratings for their full restaurant in Montague are fabulous so you know you will not be disappointed in their “Express” outlet here. I personally will vouch for their breakfasts . . . and cinnamon rolls . . . and Lady Slipper burgers and “chips” . . . and clam chowder . . . . Open 7 days a week until 6:00 p.m.
* Soon starting up again: Tai chi at Wood Islands. Cal Kevin or Pat at (902) 962-3164 to find out more!
* International Ham Radio Operators Lighthouse Event at the Wood Islands Lighthouse Rear Range Light was held on August 19th, 2016. A permanent antenna has been placed. For more info, call George.🙂
AMATEUR RADIO AT REAR RANGE LIGHT – WOOD ISLANDS LIGHTS. G5RV Junior and coaxial connection installed at the Rear Range Light. For more information, contact George Dewar – firstname.lastname@example.org – email@example.com
57 Perth Stn. Rd, Cardigan RR6, Prince Edward Island, Canada, C0A 1G0
Amateur Radio Callsigns – VY2GF & VY2PLH Grid – FN86PF61OJ ITU – 9 CQ – 5
Telephone – 902 838-3282 Skype – george.dewar Geocaching – George D
The Wood Islands Liquor Store’s hours are Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.; and Sunday from noon until 6 p.m. Our Wood Islands Lighthouse, Museum and Gift shop, also part of our WIADC operations, is open for tours from 9:30 to 5:30 daily. Audrey at the Wood Islands Administration office can be reached by calling (902) 962-3761.
Hall rentals can be arranged by calling Audrey at the Admin Office or on her cell (902) 940-4784.
We have one retail space left in our beautiful heritage-themed facilities immediately off the Wood Islands ferries provide a ready-made marketing opportunity for entrepreneurs. Know that 378,000+ visitors travelling by ferry arrived at our doorstep via this eastern Gateway in 2015. Everyone a potential customer. Contact us and take the winter to develop your business plan.
To discuss your venture and how we might help, contact Audrey at (902) 940-4784, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org WIADC welcomes all expressions of interest and is particularly seeking businesses supporting our mandates of building a sense of community and providing local employment; and are conducive with our guiding principles and strategic plan. We are happy to discuss these with you.
New Name . . .
Our Centre has a new name! Formerly known as the “Plough the Waves” Centre, our “Wood Islands Welcome Centre” reflects better our position as the first place visited after arriving by ferry from Nova Scotia.
Our Welcome Centre is home to the Wood Islands and Area Development Corporation — a Not-For-Profit community organization who owns and operates the Welcome Centre including the Wood Islands Lighthouse (tours and gift shop); a community room complete with full kitchen available for your special occasions; and a community Liquor Store Agency. Our new Commissary (in the Liquor Store) offers fresh coffee and some “provisions” you might have left behind such as BBQ, campfire, food, books, or personal items. Pop in to see if we have what you need, or just come for a cup of fresh coffee or tea.
Joining us here at the Welcome Centre is a provincial Visitor Information Centre and an “all-you’ll-ever-need” candy and ice cream store. We are the Trail Head (Mile 0) of the Confederation (Trans Canada) Trail where you can enjoy a short, tranquil hike (or bike ride) in any season.
Welcome to Wood Islands and to Prince Edward Island — the “Birthplace of Canada!”
This summer’s book to enjoy!
“SALTWATER ROAD, Tales of Travel on the Northumberland Strait” by Marian Bruce is currently for sale at the Wood Islands Agency Liquor Store, at the Wood Islands Lighthouse and on the ferries running between PEI and Nova Scotia. The book is also available in many book stores and other locations around the island as well as being purchased on-line too. Go to: http://projects.upei.ca/isp/saltwater-road/ Island Studies Press